All Minecraft Music Discs and How to Get Them

Music Disks were added to Minecraft as far as possible back in the Alpha variant of the game. A few plates have been added from that point forward, going from lively and lovely tunes to dim and foreboding tracks. Recorded beneath are the Music Disks you can as of now get in Minecraft!

All Minecraft Music Disks and How to Get Them

As of Minecraft variant 1.16, there are 13 circles in both Bedrock and Java stages (excluding those additional through mods). Everything Music Disks can be added to a Jukebox to play its unmistakable track. In any case, that is by all accounts not the only significant data to be familiar with Music Disks! The rundowns beneath show you every one of the various plates you can get, as well as some accommodating extra data about them. For the wellbeing of clearness, we’ve taken care of the rundown of the Music Disks’ numeric IDs.

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Music Discs and their names in Minecraft.

Information:

  • 13
    • Length: 2 minutes 58 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 1
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_13
    • Numeric ID: 500
  • cat
    • Length: 3 minutes 5 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 2
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_cat
    • Numeric ID: 501
  • blocks
    • Length: 5 minutes 45 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 3
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_blocks
    • Numeric ID: 502
  • chirp
    • Length: 3 minutes 5 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 4
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_chirp
    • Numeric ID: 503
  • far
    • Length: 2 minutes 54 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 5
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_far
    • Numeric ID: 504
  • mall
    • Length: 3 minutes 17 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 6
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_mall
    • Numeric ID: 505
  • mellohi
    • Length: 1 minutes 36 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 7
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_mellohi
    • Numeric ID: 506
  • otherside
    • Length: 3 minutes 15 second
    • Redstone Output Power: 14 (Java) or 15 (Bedrock)
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_otherside
    • Numeric ID: Unknown (Planned for a future update)
  • stal
    • Length: 2 minutes 30 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 8
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_stal
    • Numeric ID: 507
  • strad
    • Length: 3 minutes 08 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 9
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_strad
    • Numeric ID: 508
  • ward
    • Length: 4 minutes 11 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 10
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_ward
    • Numeric ID: 509
  • 11
    • Length: 1 minutes 11 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 11
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_11
    • Numeric ID: 510
  • wait
    • Length: 3 minutes 58 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 12
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_wait
    • Numeric ID: 511
  • Pigstep
    • Length: 2 minutes 28 seconds
    • Redstone Output Power: 13 (15 in Bedrock)
    • Namespace ID: music_disc_pigstep
    • Numeric ID: 759

Strategies to Get Each Disk

There are a couple various ways of getting Music Disks, however the most widely recognized one (which we’ll allude to as the standard technique), is to fool Skeletons into killing Creepers by shooting them with a bolt. We have a more inside and out guide on the most proficient method to do this assuming you utilize the accompanying connection: How to get Music Disks in Minecraft.

The alternate way you can get Music Disks is through Chests. Be that as it may, just unambiguous plates can show up in certain chests. The greater part of them are acquired through the standard strategy referenced previously. The accompanying rundown furnishes you with every one of the ways of getting each sort of plate. In the event that you can get the plate through a chest, it lets you know the percent opportunity that chest needs to bring forth that music circle in every form of Minecraft.

  • 13
    • Standard Method
    • Dungeon Chest
      • Java: 21.5%
      • Bedrock: 21.8%
    • Woodland Mansion Chest
      • Java: 21.8%
      • Bedrock 21.5%
  • cat
    • Standard Method
    • Dungeon Chest
      • Java: 21.5%
      • Bedrock: 21.8%
    • Woodland Mansion Chest
      • Java: 21.8%
      • Bedrock: 21.5%
  • blocks
    • Standard Method
  • chirp
    • Standard Method
  • far
    • Standard Method
  • mall
    • Standard Method
  • mellohi
    • Standard Method
    • Buried Chest (Bedrock only)
      • Bedrock: 18.9%
  • otherside
    • Dungeon Chest
      • Java & Bedrock: 3.1%
    • Stronghold Chest
      • Java & Bedrock: 2.5%
  • stall
    • Standard Method
  • strad
    • Standard Method
  • ward
    • Standard Method
  • 11
    • Standard Method
  • wait
    • Standard Method
    • Buried Chest (Bedrock only)
  • Pigstep
    • Bastion Remnant Chest
      • Java & Bedrock: 5.6%

As you can find in the rundown over, the Pigstep Music Disk is the main circle that can’t be acquired by means of the standard technique, and should be gotten from a Chest in Bastion Remnants. This is possible in light of the fact that Piglins just produce in the Nether and will quite often generate in gigantic numbers in Bastion Remnants.

That covers every one of the essentials about Music Disks in Minecraft. We’re trusting there will be more in later updates!

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